Estimate day debate: Courts and Tribunals fees and Energy spending priorities

04 July 2016

MPs debated courts and tribunals fees and energy spending priorities: impacts on investors and consumers on Monday 4 July 2016 in the House of Commons.

Estimates day debate: Courts and Tribunals fees 

The House of Commons Justice Committee held an inquiry into the Courts and tribunals fees and published its report on 20 June 2016. Further information can be found on the Justice Committee webpages.

Estimates day debate: Energy spending priorities: impacts on investors and consumers

The House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee held an inquiry into the future of carbon capture and storage in the UK and published its report on 10 February 2016.
 
The Government Response to the Committee report was published on 1 July 2016. Further information can be found on the Energy and Climate Change Committee webpages.

Related Information

Estimates days

All public spending has to be approved by Parliament. Estimates of spending are presented to Parliament and three 'estimates days' are set aside each year to debate the content of those estimates presented.

In practice, estimates days are often used for debating one or more estimates or select committee reports chosen by the
Liaison Committee.

Watching proceedings from the public gallery

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